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Western Digital has 4TB WD Red 3.5" 5400RPM NAS Internal HDD (WD40EFRX) on sale for $89.99 - Extra $5 Off w/ coupon code WDSAVES5 (apply in cart) = $84.99. Shipping is free. Thanks RyanR1902

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WD Red NAS Hard Drives are designed specifically for NAS systems that have 1 to 8 drive bays in both 3.5" & 2.5" form factors. Pricing/promotional discount valid while last - Discombobulated

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WD has a 4TB WD Red 3.5" 5400RPM SATA NAS Internal HDD (WD40EFRX) on sale for $84.99 when you use WDSAVES5

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No it's not. Frontpage includes 15% CB. Brings price down to $77
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pay a extra 50 and get a 8TB
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Better than the Amazon deal currently on frontpage. Thanks
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pay a extra 50 and get a 8TB
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Can i use these as storage drives? Like wd blues
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Can i use these as storage drives? Like wd blues
That's like buying a Porsche to use as pickup truck...if you can then why not
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No it's not. Frontpage includes 15% CB. Brings price down to $77
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Really good price on a great 4TB storage drive. Smaller NAS builders should enjoy this one.
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Can i use these as storage drives? Like wd blues
Yes. You can use it for anything you want: storage, NAS, backups, a boot drive (although I'd recommend an SSD for that). I wouldn't consider it 'overkill' for any of the above, maybe for backups but that's a matter of opinion and will depend on your setup.

What you're paying for is moderately improved reliability and a lower failure rate vs. blue drives, although your own results may vary. If the data you're storing is critical, then go with a red and back it up regularly. If your data is accessed regularly or used to serve media to other devices, a red would probably be the better of two. Otherwise you can probably take a gamble with a blue, if the data isn't accessed often for example.
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use paypal+chase and R-cashback for extra discount.
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Interested in this, but seems people are saying you can get a better deal buying an external drive and shucking it?
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Better than the 4TB Segate Ironwolf that's up.
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Interested in this, but seems people are saying you can get a better deal buying an external drive and shucking it?
If you don't care about the potential for needing the warranty, then yes. Shucking tends to be cheaper
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Not sure why, but I placed an order at $84.99 (used the code), created an account, then my second one was $80.99. I was not able to use the code again on the second one, it just came out to $80.99...
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Good for nvr?
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